What a gorgeous day to be out of the office visiting some very impressive Third Graders in Madison! Meet some of the sharpest students you’ll ever meet: the Columbia Elementary Astros!
These young ladies and gentlemen know more than the average bear about the water cycle and a whole lot about weather in general! That’s one big benefit of Alabama’s AMSTI program; classrooms participating in that get resources for students and teachers that really help to make science real to them.
Thank you especially to Mrs. Dunkerley for inviting me to Columbia today and for the red bracelets in honor of ‘Heart Month’ and my son Brody! These amazing Third Graders also gathered some supplies for families of the Regional NICU at Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children in Brody’s name! What an honor to have such a wonderful community and school surrounding us!
Mrs. Dunkerley also presented me with a great Astros shirt, some shuttle socks and some really, really tasty weather-themed cookies from Zuzu’s Confections (Paulette’s Cookies)!
A good day on social media, too!
— Columbia Elementary (@columbiaeschool) February 27, 2019
— Kylie J Dunkerley, NBCT (@Kylie_Dunkerley) February 27, 2019
— Karen Jump (@Kjump_CES) February 27, 2019
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